Black Xs Los Angeles by Paco Rabanne Cologne.
Spanish fashion designer Paco Rabanne launched Black Xs Los Angeles for men in 2016 as an olfactory homage to the rock and roll industry and culture. The cologne opens with bright citrusy notes of Florida oranges, lemons and clary sage. Its heart is a spicy, fruity blend of cinnamon, lily of the valley, apple and pineapple notes. Base notes of coumarin, vanilla, oakmoss and various woods ground the fragrance, providing a woody, aromatic complement
to the citrus notes. This distinctive cologne is for the man who exudes confidence and creativity. Much like rock music, it's complex and magnetic. Appropriate for year-round wear, the fragrance lingers for hours. Splash on a little after showering and let it reveal itself to you through the day and into the night.
French perfumer Olivier Cresp is the nose behind the cologne. He has created scents for fragrance and fashion brands, including Cacharel, Giorgio Armani, Penhaligon's and Versace.
He presented his first fragrance, Calandre, in 1969. Meant for an active woman, it’s a cypress-heavy perfume that was considered revolutionary for its time. In 1973, he introduced his first men’s fragrance, Paco Rabanne pour homme, which was the first aromatic scent on the market. XS Pour Elle was introduced much later in 1995 as a soft floral, followed by his first unisex fragrance, Paco, in 1996, which was presented in a recyclable metal...
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